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ELGL19 Innovation Summit: Taking the Next Steps

Innovation Unplugged: A Summit on Getting the Work Done This half day, pre-conference summit on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 will explore the messy work of innovation in local government. This half day of sharing and learning is for anyone working on innovation or who wants to bring new ideas into their organization. “When government works … Continued

Podcast: The New Urban Crisis with Richard Florida

Richard Florida University Professor & Director of Cities Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto Bio | LinkedIn | Twitter The acclaimed writer, urbanist and best selling author, Richard Florida joins the podcast to discuss his new book and the challenges cities face. Richard is a professor and Director of Cities for the Martin Prosperity Institute at the University … Continued

Podcast: The New Urban Crisis with Richard Florida

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Canada’s Open Government & Open Data Movements

Richard Pietro joins ELGL to bring his take on Canada and the Open Government movement. He describes himself as “an Open Government Fanboy who creates Civic Engagement as Art.” He doesn’t work for industry, or government; He’s just a highly engaged citizen.  You can learn more about his work at MyEinsteinJob.blogspot.ca or via The Open … Continued

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